Bill O’Reilly Re-Signs Multi-Year Deal With Fox News

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has made it official. Today, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes announced that O’Reilly has re-signed a multi-year deal with Fox News.

According to a press release sent out by the network, O’Reilly is looking ahead to giving viewers more of his often confrontational, always provocative reporting and opinion coverage:

It’s been great fun in challenging the establishment and exposing the corruption across the nation. The Factor takes pride in holding people accountable and I especially look forward to the exciting news cycle ahead. FOX News has become the primary force in television news under Roger’s leadership and I’m delighted to continue there for years to come.

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O’Reilly has been with Fox News since 1996, moving to primetime in 1998. Recently, The O’Reilly Factor has been number one in its time slot for 136 consecutive months and has been the most-watched cable news show for 125 consecutive months.

His Fox News colleague Sean Hannity is also currently negotiating a deal with the network.

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